10 Tourist Places to Visit Nearby Auli

Tourist Places in Auli

Auli is one of the most beautiful hill stations in Chamoli, Uttarakhand. Everyone wants to go to Auli, but which season is best to visit Auli so that you can enjoy the beauty of Joshimath and Auli? In this article, we listed some best tourist places to visit nearby Auli, where you can enjoy the beauty of Auli with your friends, family, or loved ones, thousands of visitors visit every year and enjoy the beauty of snow-covered hills here. If you are planning to visit Auli then there are lots of places to visit in Auli. Auli in itself is a heaven for snow lovers or winter destination lovers. Auli is one of the favorite honeymoon destinations of couples like Nainital and others.

But if you are in Auli then there are a lot of other places to visit near Auli where you can also go and enjoy the beauty of nature. Below is the list of some most popular and beautiful tourist destinations near Auli. So let’s see the list of tourist places near Auli. So, let’s see the perfect sightseeing places near Auli.

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1 – Mana Village

Mana village is the Indian village of Chamoli district, it is the last Indian village to the Uttarakhand – China border of India. The way to Vasudhara and Satopanth trek starts from Mana village. There is the historical importance of this village and its location from the age of Mahabharata. Mana is the last Indian village in the Chamoli district, which is a border district on the northern side of the Uttarakhand state to Tibet(an autonomous region of China) in the Himalayas. It is one of the most visited villages in Uttarakhand, as it is promoted as village tourism by the Uttarakhand government. If you are in Auli and looking for hotels in Auli to stay then there are plenty of choices as per your budget you can consider.

2 – Bhavishya Badri

Bhavishya Badri is one of Panch Badri temples, located at a height of 2744 meters near Joshimath. Beyond the Tapovan, Bhavishya Badri is situated 17 km from Joshimath in Subhain Village.  This small temple deity is Lord Vishnu and known to be the future seat of Badrinath.

3 – Gorson Bugyal

Gurson Bugyal is located at an altitude of 3056 meters, just a 3 km trek from Auli. It is a large land of green pastures surrounded by coniferous forests and oak trees. You will love this bugyal and it is the perfect location for Photographers and nature lovers. You will see different types of pet animals here.

4 – Kuari Pass Trek

The trek to Kuari Pass starts from Joshimath which is the hub for trekkers and pilgrims. The Winter Kuari Pass trek gives you a golden opportunity to admire the impressive skyline of the mighty mountains from close quarters.

5 – Narsingh Temple

Narsingh Temple is a popular temple in Joshimath. Famous as a part of Sapt Badri, Narsingh Temple is also called Narsingh Badri Temple and it is a sacred place to visit in Joshimath. The deity of the temple is the fourth incarnation of Lord Vishnu.

6 – Valley of Flowers – National Park

Valley of Flowers is a paradise for nature lovers. You will find more than 500 varieties of flowers here, which is really a big number. It is the one and the only valley of flowers on this planet earth. Bestowed with the rare and exotic Himalayan flora, the Valley of Flowers is a bouquet of nature peacefully snuggled in the West Himalayan region of Uttarakhand. The trek of the Valley of Flowers goes through dense forests, along with the Pushpawati River, and can be reached by crossing many bridges, glaciers, and waterfalls on the way.

7 – Hemkund Sahib

Hemkund Sahib is the highest Gurudwara of the Sikhs, located at an altitude of, 4329 mts in the Chamoli district of Uttarakhand. This holy shrine got its name from the glacial lake Hemkund, adjacent to the Gurudwara whose literal meaning is the ‘Lake of Snow’.

8 – Badrinath Temple

The famed town of Badrinath is among the four dominant Char Dham pilgrimage sites of India, as well as the Chota Char Dham. It is perched at an average elevation of 3,300 meters about 10,827 feet above sea level on the banks of the Alaknanda River.

This holy town is named after the Badrinath temple dedicated to the preserver, Lord Vishnu. Many Hindu devotees are smitten by the charm of this holy shrine as it showcases the traditional Garhwali wooden architecture.

9 – Gopeshwar

The headquarters of the Chamoli district of Uttarakhand is located here. Gopeshwar is located at a height of 1300 meters above sea level. It is famous for its temples and natural beauty, enhanced by its wonderful weather. All the important government offices are located in Gopeshwar. According to some, the name Gopeshwar is linked with Lord Krishna. It is one of the most important towns in the Garhwal region of Uttarakhand. Gopeshwar is a must-visit place if you are in Chamoli or planning to visit Chamoli.

10 – Malari

Malari is a small village near the Indo-Tibetan border near Joshimath in the Chamoli district. Located in Dhauli Ganga valley at a height of 3048 meters, Malari village is encircled by steep snow-covered mountains. Inhabitants of Malari village move to the lower part of the Himalayas during winter due to heavy snowfall.

Malari is also a beautiful old Himalayan Village with unique architecture and slate roofing of old houses. The road from Malari goes towards the Niti Village/Niti Pass, which is close to the China/Tibet border.

These are some places to visit along with Auli. After visiting Auli, the ropeway, and the Auli artificial lake you can go to these nearby destinations in Auli.

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